Tucked between Greenwich Park and the River Thames, this superb two-bedroom apartment is made-to-measure for modern life.

Bardsley Lane, Greenwich, 2 Bed. Flat


Under offer


We have loved living in this home for five years. Located in the centre of Greenwich, tucked away on a quiet street, our outlook is onto Alfege Park. We are south-facing, so light pours into the living room throughout the day. The residents are friendly and caring and the street is made up of a mix of families and young professionals, giving it a genuine community feel.

The area has everything you could need. Greenwich Park is five minutes away on foot and home to the Greenwich Observatory. We have enjoyed many a stroll down the river, taking in the stunning views across London alongside the UNESCO-listed, seafaring setting. Greenwich Market is bustling with a wide range of street food, antiques and crafts. Also the best Brazilian Churros! Cafés are abundant, so you're never too far from a good flat white - our favourite is 15 Grams.

Greenwich has a village feel while being well-connected to the city. There's a Picturehouse Cinema, gym, and yoga studios, while Royal Hill has an independent butcher, fishmonger and florist amongst others. What more could you ask for!

A little further afield, we enjoy visiting Deptford. Fantastic restaurants include Lomond and Marcella, and a short walk under the Thames foot tunnel takes you to the Isle of Dogs, for the peaceful Docks and child-friendly Mudchute Farm.


Forming part of an eye-catching development that was completed in 2017, this third-floor flat enjoys views over St Alfege Park and is moments from the hustle and bustle of Greenwich.

As soon as you enter, it is clear the building has been designed with care, attention and practicality in mind. Wider walkways within each flat bring a sense of space, and there are various storage options––often overlooked––dotted throughout; from a designated laundry room to a cavernous cupboard in the hallway, big enough to store all your worldly goods. Both bedrooms are comfortable doubles; the larger of the two comes with an ensuite shower room.

The open-plan living room might be the best area of all. With a bank of south-facing windows, light spills through glass and trellis metalwork, while a clever layout naturally divides the room into zones. The kitchen is all clean lines and is large enough for a proper dining table; the living area feels calm and relaxed, looking out onto the balcony. Here, natural tones give it an enclosed feel and beautifully frame the treetops of Alfege Park below. It merges indoors and out, providing an all-year-round space to welcome the day with your morning coffee.

Cyrius House is situated moments from the epicentre of Greenwich. Steeped in maritime history, it is the home of the Cutty Sark and the Naval Museum. Despite being world-renowned, Greenwich has a distinct village feel, with its covered market and array of independent shops. With city-wide views from the top of Greenwich Park as well as the Thames on your doorstep, it's a wonderful spot to soak up the rest of the capital.


Energy Performance Certificate:
Current energy rating B. Potential rating B.

Council Tax:
In the borough of Greenwich, the flat falls into Band E (£2,090.11 in 2022/23).

Leasehold. 120 years remaining on the lease.

Service charge & ground rent:
The service charge is £191.20 PCM with ground rent included.

Current monthly costs are approx. gas £20, electricity £65, water £30. Figures are approximated.

Recent work:
The kitchen has a new sink, handles and a quartz work surface.

Getting around:
Cutty Sark is seconds from your door, where you can hop onto the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), with routes to Bank, Canary Wharf and London City Airport. Walk a little further, and you reach Greenwich and mainline train services, including Thameslink. From here, London Bridge is reachable in around 10 minutes and St Pancras in just over 20. Alternatively, a short bus ride will take you to New Cross, where you can jump onto the Overground, opening up the entire London network. Or, if you feel like taking the scenic route, you can grab one of the riverboats (The Thames Clipper), which go up and down the Thames; to London's South Bank and beyond.

Anything else:
When you want to enjoy open skies in perfectly private seclusion, head two floors below for the communal terrace shared with the development's like-minded community.

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1 15grams

Everyone has a favourite local coffee shop, and this is ours. 15grams is a small batch coffee shop, roasting and brewing high-quality speciality coffee. They focus on sustainably and creating a positive social impact –– they also make damn fine coffee.

2 Greenwich Market

Packed with independent stalls offering a smorgasbord of delicious things to eat and drink, Greenwich Market is a firm favourite with local foodies. But there is so much more on offer! This indoor market dates back to 1737 – the only one in London located within a World Heritage site – it is a mecca for antiques, arts & crafts, designers and makers.

3 The Guildford Arms

This local free-house is a top-notch pub set within an incredible setting, inside and out. In 2009 Guy Awford and Jon Hallett took over and began lovingly transforming the space. On the ground floor, they have created a modern bar and dining area that overlooks a sunken garden. Meanwhile, the basement dining area, which opens into the terrace, is home to an open-plan kitchen, where you can see the chefs in action. The food is superb.

4 Greenwich Park

One of London's historic Royal Parks, Greenwich Park overlooks the River Thames and is home to some of the city's most iconic views. There is an eclectic mix of events on offer year-round, including Kidukeu Rhythms (dance), Tai Chi and Tennis. And for any runners out there, you may catch local resident Ben Parks doing hill repeats.

5 Marcella

Eating at Marcella is one of life's pleasures. They celebrate simple, delicious food and drink, focusing on the best seasonal Italian and British produce. With an all-Italian wine list that focuses on quality, whatever the price point, you will come away feeling full and possibly a little tipsy, but glad this place exists.